Two people stand knee-deep in a lake holding a pink orb against the sunset background.Photo by Jeen Na

GRAM on the Green with WYCE 88.1FM: Pink Sky with hi-ker

July 25, 2019, 6:00 PM-9:00 PM

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GRAM on the Green is back and better than ever! The annual outdoor summer concert series returns for its 11th season with a lineup of seven performances from some of the best local and regional acts. Make the most of your summer evenings and join GRAM for Thursday nights filled with FREE outdoor live music, dancing, food trucks, and a cash bar. Come for the music, and stay for the art, as the Museum is also open late for Meijer Free Thursday Nights!

Event Schedule:
hi-ker: 6-7 p.m.
Pink Sky: 7:30-8:30 p.m.

About Pink Sky:
Pink Sky is an indie electronica artband that performs immersive live sets with analog synths, drum machines, samplers, electric pianos, and live visual projections. Pink Sky was formed in late 2016 by husband and wife, Ryan and Angelica Hay, as a response to a loss of identity after each suffered separate life-threatening traumas. Since then, Pink Sky has served as an attempt to create immersive beauty while reclaiming meaning and identity. Pink Sky’s debut album, FORMS, is available on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, and all other digital outlets, as well onDouble LP Vinyl. FORMS hit #13 on the NACC Electronic Chart and won a Jammie for Best Electronic Album in 2018. pinkskymusic.com

About hi-ker:
Hi-ker blends experimental synth and post new wave bizarro pop. Hi-ker’s newest album titled “Lippe” was self-released on December 1st 2017. In the new album, the band explores a more sample and synth-based sound. With influences ranging from Talking Heads and Animal Collective to Aphex Twin, hi-ker is trying out new sounds that will be sure to keep your attention.
hi-ker.bandcamp.com

Performances are held outdoors on the Museum Terrace and will take place rain or shine. For more information, please contact pr@artmuseumgr.org or 616.831.2917

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